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Hey friends welcome back to Thecodingproject. You guys must have noticed that last week I didn’t post anything on my blog and that’s because I was having a vacation time with my friends so I couldn’t get time to get online. Even today I am not here to post any article or any tips/tricks here.


I am here to say a 1000 THANK YOU😂 to you guys and that’s because you people are awesome. It’s because of your love and attention that my blog has now 1000+ views in such a short period of time. I started this blog during November last year with the aim of sharing my knowledge and experience in software programming with the internet community because it was from this community that I self-taught myself coding, so sharing what I have learned over my blog was my way of giving back something to the community. Here is a snapshot of my blogger stats page

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These 1000+ views are not just page views for me, infact these 1000 views are the 1000’s of love that you all have given me and in this way you have let me know that my attempt to share my experience with you have been a success. It also shows that I am actually able to answer the questions that you have been searching for long and in this way I think that I am able to help you learn what you want to learn.


This is not the be all and end all guys I want to continue to do this going forward, and for this I will continue to need your support and love like you have shown till now. Once again thank you all.


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